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Anchutz 1407 Rifle Stock For Match 54 For Sale.

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I would agree with Michelle. That is not a 1407. A 1407 stock was made to comply with UIT Standard Rifle rules which prohibited adjustable cheekpieces, thumbhole grips, and butt adjustment during a match.

 

What you have is a 1610/1609 or early 1810/1809stock. It was a no-frills version of the 1613/1813 Supermatch that offered the same degree of butt adjustment, but was made of beechwood not walnut, and was sold without a palmrest. The very deep fore-end compensated for the latter. There was a 1410 stock made in the 1970s, but those had a hole in the stock by the bolt slot to access the trigger adjustments, so it must be for a 16 or 18 series rifle.

 

When sold with a heavy barrel it was a xx10, and became a xx09 with the lighter xx07 barrel.

 

It's worth more than a 1407.

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It's defo a 1410

Nope, there is no trigger access hole, and no relief for the bolt-mounted safety. It's a 1610, or an early 1810, made before the cooling vents were cut into the fore-end.

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It's defo a 1410

Nope, there is no trigger access hole, and no relief for the bolt-mounted safety. It's a 1610, or an early 1810, made before the cooling vents were cut into the fore-end.

 

Anschutz beg to differ

 

 

http://jga.anschuetz-sport.com/index.php5?menu=365&sprache=1

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Do they?

 

I see a 1610S-50?1 stock, part no 78 on the 1980 1807-1813 handbook.

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